Video Writing Prompts: Space Cam

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K-2 Down to Earth

As you get higher and higher in the air, the earth begins to look different. Imagine what you think the earth likes like from space and draw a picture of it.

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3-5 Packing for Outer Space

Imagine you were sent into space. What personal items would you want with you? What would you wear? Create a list for each.


6-8 Explore Your Opinion

Space travel is becoming more and more extreme. It has advanced from a moon landing to a Mars landing. Do you think scientist should continue exploring space and the other planets, or do you think they should leave certain areas untouched? Give your opinion and back it up with 5 reasons why or why not.


9-12 Spectacular Science Project
You have been given the opportunity to be sponsored by NASA for a science project. What area of space travel would you want to learn more about? Is it the stars, moon, or the planets? Explain why you chose the topic and then list some devices that you think will need for your project. What will be the name of this project? What answers and information you looking to take away from this project?


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